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The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL) launch accounting apprenticeships and careers conference #MakeYourFutureCount

Save the date to kick-start your career in Accountancy Strong numeracy skills? An analytical mind? Good at managing money?

Developing skills to earn a decent living - Overcoming sexual abuse

Fundraising for Sri Lanka - ‘20 looms for 20 girls’

Students and apprentices’ achievements celebrated at Excellence Awards

The very best in vocational and academic achievement at The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL) was celebrated at this year's Excellence Awards.

CONEL Sports Student Models 2019/20 Kit at New Spurs Stadium

Isabella Woodcock, who is studying Sports & Exercise Science Level 3 at CONEL, is the face of the 2019/20 Tottenham Hotspur marketing campaign.

CONEL hires John Lewis education boss to drive forward its first retail management apprenticeships

The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL) has appointed Helen Camilleri as its new Business Development Project Manager.

Distinction Star for Scientist Mum at CONEL

Originally enrolling on a GCSE course at the College of Haringey, Enfield & North East London (CONEL) back in 2014, mum-of-two Cassandra Crucifix has progressed through the ranks and is now studying Level 3 BTEC Science.

The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London are Beacon Awards finalists for Mental Health and Wellbeing

AOC Beacon Awards Finalists

CONEL media students work at Mullen Lowe

Creative and Media students recently went on a day visit to big advertising and communications agency Mullen Lowe as part of a new initiative called ‘Advertising Unlocked’.

Jeffrey Boateng: from CONEL student to full-time staff member

Progressing onto our two-year Level 3 Sports course in September 2013, Jeffrey had already secured himself a work placement role in the college’s sports centre in Enfield which he maintained throughout his Level 2 and 3 courses. Jeffrey said, “The courses were challenging at first because I was advancing from a GCSE level of PE to BTEC level, which needed more thinking and research. Later on, everything started to be clear and I enjoyed everything I learnt.

CONEL student and Buddhist Monk brings tranquillity to Staff Learning Day

In October, Reverend Ragama Sugathananda, a CONEL student and Buddhist Monk, delivered three mediation sessions at our Tottenham Centre’s Staff Learning Day.

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